TrendGreen Launches the Sonnen Battery Purchase and Installation.

Residential and Commercial property owners alike can access the ability to store and manage energy for use in peak demand times

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- TrendGreen is excited to announce its official launch of the Sonnen battery purchase and installation in California. Now, residential and commercial property owners alike can access the ability to store and manage energy for use in peak demand times.


Through TrendGreen you can purchase and install the Sonnen battery and bring energy independence to your home. The battery helps home owner manage energy consumption by storing energy that's generated during off peak times for use during high peak demand times hence reducing energy cost.

The Sonnen battery smart energy manager analyzes your energy use patterns and distributes energy accordingly to save you money. Now combined with the pace program homeowners pay zero out of pocket to purchase and install. More information can be found at http://www.trendgreen.biz.

About TrendGreen.

TrendGreen sustainable residential and commercial construction firm located in California.

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